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Hotel d'Angleterre is one of the first deluxe hotels in the world. Situated in the heart of Copenhagen, Denmark, it is located on Kongens Nytorv opposite Charlottenborg, the Royal Opera and Nyhavn. While its history dates back to 1755, it has been in its current building since a fire, in 1795, damaged the previous building beyond repair. Between 1872 and 1875, the building was significantly extended and refurbished by the architects, Vilhelm Dahlerup and Georg E.W. Møller.

Year 1891. Hotel d'Angleterre, Copenhagen.

The hotel has long been considered the most prestigious and elegant hotel in the city. Its name is French and means the "England Hotel". The Hotel d'Angleterre re-opened in May 2013 following extensive restorations. The new d'Angleterre has 30 rooms and 60 suites. Location: The Kings new square or "Kongens Nytorv".

Year 1891. Hotel d'Angleterre, Copenhagen.

One additional storey and mansard were added after a fire in 1915-16, which was done by architects Phillip Smidth and Nicolai Hansen. 

Year 1891. Hotel d'Angleterre, Copenhagen.

Year 1891. Hotel d'Angleterre, Copenhagen.

Year 1891. Hotel d'Angleterre, Copenhagen.

Year 1891. Hotel d'Angleterre, Copenhagen.

Year 1891. Hotel d'Angleterre, Copenhagen.